By Jaythaleela K
MIRI, March 8: Parti Sarawak Bersatu (PSB) Pujut chairman Bruce Chai has described the ‘jumping ship’ issue as an important political transformation.
“Our country, in general, is facing a revamp of its political platform, and I believe with this revamp comes changes in the political landscape, especially within race-based parties,” he opined when contacted today.
He said that with this revamp, people were about to see alliance split and new ones formed.
“This will continue happening, not just in Malaysia but Sarawak. I am happy to see PSB advocates multiracialism,” he opined.
He pointed out that PSB was not forming a government but was part of the government.
“They (referring to Sri Aman MP Datuk Masir Kujat and other political leaders who joined PSB yesterday) believed in our political ideology and that is why they chose PSB,” he said.
Chai urged all quarters to look at this issue on a positive note.
Apart from Masir, others who joined PSB, which is led by Dato Sri Wong Soon Koh, are Datuk Joseph Entulu Belaun, Datuk William Nyalau Badak and Edward Kurik. — DayakDaily